Definition of Ramous

1. Adjective. Having branches.

Exact synonyms: Branched, Branching, Ramate, Ramose
Similar to: Branchy



Definition of Ramous

1. a. Ramose.

Definition of Ramous

1. Adjective. (alternative form of ramose) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ramous

1. ramose [adj] - See also: ramose

Medical Definition of Ramous

1. Synonym: branching. Origin: L. Ramosus, fr. Ramus, a branch (05 Mar 2000)

Ramous Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ramous

rammish
rammishness
rammy
ramnification
ramollescence
ramona
ramonas
ramontchi
ramoon
ramorelix
ramose
ramosely
ramosetron
ramosities
ramosity
ramous (current term)
ramp-up
ramp ceremony
ramp up
rampacious
rampage
rampaged
rampageous
rampageously
rampageousness
rampager
rampagers
rampages
rampaging

Literary usage of Ramous

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1. A Monograph on the Isopods of North America by Harriet Richardson (1905)
"First three pairs of pleopods tri-ramous; last two pairs l)i-ramous. Sixth segment of the thorax not greatly longer than any of the others. ..."

2. Travels in Nubia by John Lewis Burckhardt (1822)
"The two camels' saddles and the Uvo sacks were placed upon the ramous, at the head of which one of the slaves seated himself, to paddle it over, ..."

3. Travels in Nubia; by John Lewis Burckhardt (1819)
"The two camel's saddles and the two sacks were placed upon the ramous, at the head of which one of the slaves seated himself, to paddle it over, ..."

4. An Investigation of Evolution in Chrysomelid Beetles of the Genus Leptinotarsa by William Lawrence Tower (1906)
"This is often divided, almost always in many orders, by a transverse vein from the subcostal to the ramous (text-figs. 10 A and 10 B) , and in the elytra of ..."

5. Flora Indica, Or, Descriptions of Indian Plants by William Roxburgh (1832)
"Culms erect, ramous, from two to four feet high ; the whole plant very hairy. Panicle oblong; glumes of the calyces cuspidate. ..."

6. The Flora of British India by Joseph Dalton Hooker (1885)
"Wallichii ; stems decumbent intricately ramous, leaves smaller less harsh, ... Except in its very ramous habit this does not differ from/7. brcu ..."

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